MS Dhoni’s 43rd Birthday Celebration: Wife Sakshi Touches His Feet

MS Dhoni, one of India’s finest cricket players, often known as “captain cool,” celebrated his 43rd birthday on July 07, 2024, with fanfare and emotional emotions.

Sakshi Dhoni, his wife, posted a stunning video on Instagram that perfectly captured the spirit of the festivities.

MS Dhoni’s 43rd Birthday Celebration: Wife Sakshi Touches His Feet
Sakshi Dhoni celebrates the birthday of MS Dhoni. Photo Credit: Instagram

July 07, 2024 was the 43rd birthday of MS Dhoni, the legendary “captain cool” and one of India’s greatest cricketers ever. Celebrating his 43rd birthday, MS Dhoni—the only skipper in history to have won all three ICC white-ball trophies—had an amazing day. His wife posted a video of the celebration on social media.

After Sakshi was seen stroking Dhoni’s feet in an awesome way and folding his hands in front of him, the humorous video went viral on social media. Dhoni inquired about the cake’s egglessness in the video, presumably out of concern for his vegetarian companions.

In the world of cricket, Dhoni requires no introduction. He is renowned for his composed and magnificent on-field leadership abilities during his international and IPL careers. Dhoni concluded an incredible career when he declared his retirement from all forms of cricket on August 15, 2020.

India won the championship in every format with Dhoni leading the way. India led the Test rankings under his leadership for eighteen months, beginning in December 2009. After his captaincy debut in 2007, the team went on to win the T20 global title and the 50-over global Cup in 2011.

One of the most inspirational trips in sports history belongs to Dhoni. After working as a ticket collector at a railway station, he became India’s greatest trophy collector and captained the team to the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013, the ICC T20 World Cup in 2007, and the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2011. After making his debut for his country in 2004, he gained notoriety as a fierce cricket ball hitter before maturing into a finisher who could lead his team to victories with his brilliant strategies and measured aggression.

In 98 Twenty20 Internationals for India, Dhoni—also referred to as the “Thala” (leader) of the Chennai Super Kings—scored 1,617 runs at an average of 37.60 and a strike rate of 126.13. His greatest score in the format is 56, and he has two half-centuries.

In his lengthy career, Dhoni participated in 90 games and averaged 38.09 while accumulating 4,876 runs. His highest score was 224, and he amassed six hundreds and thirty-three half-centuries. He currently holds the 14th-highest Test score for India.

He captained India in 60 Test matches, in which they triumphed in 27, suffered defeats in 18, and drew 15. He is among India’s most successful skippers of all time, with a victory percentage of 45. In the ICC Test Rankings, he guided Team India to the top spot. In the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, he is the only Indian captain to have completely destroyed Australia in the 2010–11 and 2012–13 series.

India’s beloved ‘Mahi’ captained the team in 72 Twenty20 Internationals, winning 41, losing 28, drawing a tie, and winning two. 56.94 is his win percentage.

Also Read: Reliving the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final: India’s Triumph Led by Dhoni and Gambhir

In addition to leading India to ICC titles, he has led the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to franchise success in the Champions League T20 and the Indian Premier League (IPL). In 2010, 2011, 2018, 2021, and 2023, he guided CSK to five IPL championships. In 2010 and 2014, Dhoni guided CSK to two CLT20 championships.

With the exception of a brief period with Rising Pune Supergiant in 2016–2017, Dhoni has participated in 264 IPL games, primarily for CSK. He has scored 5,243 runs at an average of 39.13 in these games. In the competition, he has also amassed 24 half-centuries. In addition, he has 42 stumpings and 152 catches.

Given his incredible middle-order hitting numbers and his leadership prowess, it is unlikely that “captain cool” will ever be seen in India or the wider cricket world.

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